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to gut medicare and maybe social security. it is deja vu, the same list of offerings by the republican party they have been giving the public in the last two elections, no to health reform, no to immigration, no to election rights. it worked great. no to health reform, no to immigration, no the gay rights, and maybe we'll see, no to medicare and no to social security and medicare. it is all the same. from one side all the same. what is interesting is the other side. where the change is on the other side of the aisle, yes, on the democratic side there are things that are the same. the democrats are saying yes to health reform, yes to immigration, and gay rights, mounting a defense to reproductive rights and now, they're adding something new, where both the white house and the democratic bench, the up and comers in congress and in the states, they are going back to a place they have you not -- they have not been in a while and for which the republicans have no answer. that is economic populism, yesterday, the blue state in massachusetts voted to raise their minimum wage to 11 an hour, in
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a look at medicare. the largest single -- going to be the largest single social insurance program we have in our nation before this plan. the biggest change to that program ever actually happened 38 years after the program was introduced in 2003, when president obama introduced a drug benefit into the plan. but that took legislative approval. i don't see any way that we can fix this law, fix the things that are wrong with it, until congress finally gets away -- until the republicans get away from a position of just trying to defeat it to actually trying to fix it. >> jonathan gruber, economics proffer at m.i.t., former adviser to the white house, that was an intensely clarifying discussion for me tonight. thanks for being here. >>> lots to come tonight, including a crash course on how to be really, really bad at the job of former president of the united states. it's a job not that many people have it, but now we know what it looks like to stink at that job. stay with us. the secret is out. hydration is in. [ female announcer ] only aveeno daily moisturizing lotion has an active naturals o
and you cut medicare. more than one third of people on social security in this country rely on social security for close -- essentially, their entire income. and more than half of people in my state get more than half their income from social security, of those receiving that. and to go after them. and why should the debate be on this whole grand bargain? why should the debate be, how much we going to cut social security? how much are we going to cut medicare? no, it should be, look at this whole retirement system. people are saving less, people are less likely to have defined pensions. people with 401(k)s are always inadequate. so we're going to cut social security too? this is a time social security is even more important, because the traditional three-legged stool that franklin roosevelt talked about, a defined pension, savings, and the social security, should each be a part of their retirement. well, two of those legs have been, at least shortened, if not cut out from under them. and that's why social security is so important. so we should be having this debate. how do we deal wit
. happy. happy. happy. happy. happy happy. i love logistics. medicare open enrollment. of year again. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare >>> this is the ar-15 rifle. it is a semiautomatic rifle. it is the civilian version of the m-16. i don't know anybody who doesn't own one practically in my circle. i was for 20 years an opera singer. then i was a symphony conductor when i retired from the stage, so i'm not your typical gun nut. i am about liberty. liberty is my game. >> this is a second amendment flag. the flag has a lot of meaning to me. you know, the second amendment, you know, is under assault right now. by the liberal left. and basically people that want to have gun control laws i don't think they realize they're trouncing all over our flag and our constitution. >> i'm not against the second amendment. preserv
was nationally famous at that point for one thing, for being the budget guy who wanted to kill medicare. paul ryan released budget after budget after budget over a period of years that called for the dismantling of medicare. and mitt romney didn't want to be known as the presidential candidate wanting to kill medicare. so the romney camp came up with a solution, i'm rubber, you're glue solution. look, mitt romney claims president obama will end medicare. oh, he'll -- i see. problem solved. in politics, this is a classic. when you're getting attacked for something, just accuse your opponent of being guilty of the same thing. whatever the attack is, if it's sticking to you, just apply those words in a substantively meaningless way to whoever's saying it about you so it seems to start seem confusing to people or the words losing their meaning. it's in that tradition that last night came to this. look. rachel maddow mocked rand paul for plagiarism, but she's been accused of it too. this article on the conservative website which includes input from senator paul's representatives and even a stateme
the hook. for social security and medicare. and they're known to be tough on law and order. but the issues i mentioned are where the democratic brain shines. as much as that reproductive issues themselves explain the gender gap, don't you think? that's "hardba
off the hook. for social security and medicare. and they're known to be tough on law and order. but the issues i mentioned are where the democratic brain shines. as much as that reproductive issues themselves explain the gender gap, don't you think? that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes and not so long ago when the republican politicians were really on top of their game, they were masters at using the right wing media to do that bidding. it seemings to be the other way around. >> you know, one of the things that's so frustrating is you like your plan, you can keep your plan. >> what the president is saying about if you like your coverage, you can keep it, is not accurate. . >> they believed him, when they said 'peatedly if you like your plan you can keep it. >> all we have been hearing for the last three years is that if you like your policy you can keep it. try and sell that policy in the media, now the roles have been completely reversed. republican lawmakers now take
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